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Vintage Music Radio Launches – “Good Times, Great Music”

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Vintage Music Radio is launching on Monday 4th November 7.00am, with former Radio 1 Breakfast Show Presenter Mike Read hosting at the breakfast helm.

Vintage Music Radio will be playing great music from the late 70’s, 80’s and early 90’s. The core value and commitment of Vintage Music Radio is to play a great depth of songs beyond the standard top hits that get recycled from other radio stations. The playlists from this era are thousands of records deep, reviving the fantastic sounds that ignited great times.

Mike Read, former Radio 1 and Capital Gold DJ said “I’m delighted to be part of Vintage Music Radio from the very start. It’s important and exciting for me to be able to play such a broad catalogue of music from this era. There is still a great demand for a dedicated station such as VMR”

Vintage Music Radio will broadcast in London and the Southeast on DAB digital radio and globally online and via mobile apps, smart home devices and streaming via the website.

During this era the variety of music aided the birth of a variety of great youth cultures around Punk, Hip Hop, Disco, Goths, New Romantics and many more. Youth culture driven by music is no longer there, so Vintage Music Radio will remind us all of the good times from great music.

Colin Rowland, Operations Director for Vintage Music Radio said “This is just the start for the Vintage Music Brand, a first class radio station, with great music and DJ’s which will also be followed up by dedicated TV channels showing not only music videos but fantastic content including, concerts, interviews and other programmes around the brand. There are exciting times ahead for Vintage Music”

To find out more about Vintage Music Radio, its presenters, music and how to listen, visit:



Text: 07520 634484

Facebook: @vintagemusicgroup

Twitter: @vintagemusicgrp

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